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Ch 15: AP Physics 2: Conservation in Electrical Circuits

About This Chapter

Boost your confidence level in the physics-related topic of conservation in electrical circuits prior to taking the AP Physics 2 exam with this fun chapter. Our easy-to-follow lessons and quizzes outline everything you'll see on the exam so you can be prepared to get the best score possible.

AP Physics 2: Conservation in Electrical Circuits - Chapter Summary

This chapter covers conservation in electrical circuits, including Kirchhoff's rules, resistors and multi-loop electrical circuits. You can also learn more about the use of Kirchoff's loop rule to develop experiments. Our lessons are designed by professional instructors to ensure your learning experience is fun, interesting and thorough. After you've reviewed the lessons, take the multiple-choice quizzes to ensure you've understood what you've just reviewed. If you're preparing for the AP exam, taking the quizzes before you work through the lessons helps you gauge some of the areas where you may need to study more ahead of test day. Once you complete this chapter, you should be ready to meet the following objectives:

  • Give some examples of Kirchhoff's rules
  • Understand the principles of Kirchhoff's loop rule
  • Use Kirchhoff's loop rule to analyze experiments
  • Describe the electric potential energy found in a multi-loop electrical circuit
  • Explain current, power and potential difference across a resistor

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